Argentina and the IMF NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the Argentine government and the International Monetary Fund. Argentina's government was saved from defaulting on a $41 billion loan last year, only to have to ask for another bail out this year. Many of the people in Argentina are upset with the IMF influence on their government.
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NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the Argentine government and the International Monetary Fund. Argentina's government was saved from defaulting on a $41 billion loan last year, only to have to ask for another bail out this year. Many of the people in Argentina are upset with the IMF influence on their government.